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China's curious Cultural Revolution
The social-political movement launched in May 1966 by Mao Zedong followed a botched industrialization campaign where millions starved. It's a sensitive period in modern China's history. That's why this museum filled with relics from China's "Red Era", is one of a kind. From busts to badges, plates to posters - Chairman Mao and his vision are everywhere.
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